Revenge (2011–2015)
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Emily targets the psychiatrist responsible for institutionalizing her as a child. Declan and Jack face a tough decision.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Thorne (as Emily Vancamp)
Conrad Grayson
Ashley Davenport
Jack Porter
Daniel Grayson (as Joshua Bowman)
Declan Porter
David Clarke
Frank Stevens
Dr. Michelle Banks
Lydia Davis
Amanda Clarke


Nolan helps Emily to the private recordings of therapy sessions, including her own, with Dr. Michelle Banks, who doesn't recognize the Amanda Clarke she, bribed by Victoria, kept committed till majority, and Victoria's, which show she never wanted a daughter, to be sneakily switched with a DVD to promote a handicapped children charity, thus making Charlotte hate her mother. The shrink is discredited and abducted, to a storage facility rented by the Grayson corporation, also leaked to the press. Daniel is seduced to break his parole terms by meeting the unforgiving victim of a drunk driving crash he accidentally caused before his successful alcohol rehab, Tyler even gets him drunk again. Declan is furious that Jack won't simply sell the bar they inherited, but mother's heirloom ring helps him date Charlotte, while he hangs on to a recording proving socialite rival Adam's infidelity. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 October 2011 (USA)  »

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During Emily's session, you can see a video camera hidden in the book shelf recording the session. The book it is sitting on top of is 'The Count of Monte Cristo'. See more »


Emily Thorne: Now go before someone sees you. Victoria watches this place like a hawk.
Nolan Ross: I also did some research into your collateral damage. Seems Dr. Bates wasn't always the go-to shrink for the rich and demented. She began her road to infamy as a court-appointed child psychologist.
Nolan Ross: Random coincidence?
Emily Thorne: Nothing's random, Nolan.
Nolan Ross: Well, you can be satisfied the good doctor will never practice again.
Emily Thorne: [resolutely] Count on it.
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Entertaining payback, exciting new player, twisted writing, Emily vs. Dexter, inspiring romance but predictable patterns
13 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

Hamptons Exposed, the website featured in this episode, actually exists ! Viral marketing isn't new but it was a nice surprise to check it out once Duplicity was over. However its contents is limited and not realistic enough to make us believe that Revenge could be happening right now. This time Daniel's freshly arrived friend became a new player on the chessboard and it seems Emily and Victoria have found a new challenger. As for the weekly payback I liked how the lines were blurred because in the end, like last week, we don't really know if Amanda did it all by herself or with the help of a mysterious accomplice. But her planning was almost flawless and the evil psychologist allowed to unveil a new slice of her memories. It's also still unclear why Victoria betrayed her father when she apparently loved him. In fact there're moments I believe the finale will reveal that everything we thought was true is actually a well planned lie. Is she really the master or only a puppet of someone we don't know yet ? Still I can't help pointing out how some patterns have become predictable. From Nolan waiting her at the beach house to the new character getting its life ruined I hope they won't apply the same recipe over and over or else the meal will soon taste cold. Don't get me wrong this episode was still captivating but I hope they'll keep surprising us and not just throw a new character from time to time. Otherwise the child playing a young Amanda is doing a fine job and I find it interesting that her older version can be compared to Dexter Morgan. Indeed he hunts serial killers, people who have escaped justice, and she wants revenge, because even a fair trial couldn't bring her father back. So we'll see if she manages to prevent her Dark Passenger from taking over. For the moment it's apparently the case but even the tragic events of the pilot hadn't convinced me that her heart isn't stronger than her vicious appetite for vengeance. Last but not least the arc involving Declan, Jack's brother, and Charlotte is starting to grow on me. Her mother Victoria hates him so it makes him even more friendly. He isn't rich, a good point considering Connor Paolo previously starred in Gossip Girl, has a skateboard and know how to send a SMS. What's not to like ? Seriously the swing scene was both moving and romantic. It reminds you how much other shows like Terra Nova do it wrong, specially considering it's supposed to be a sci-fi production and not a soapy drama.

Note : This review was first posted on Kritikenstein, my weblog.

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